2017 Mississippi FCCLA State Conference STAR Event Awards

2017 Mississippi FCCLA State Conference STAR Event Awards Advocacy-Senior Place Name School 2nd Esssence Barlow Kamya Prince Shakera Thomas Hattiesburg HS 1st

Stacia Cleveland Telayah Townsend Newton County 3rd Advocacy-Occupational Place Name School Keara Williams Kiyanna Curry McKellar Early Childhood 3rd

2nd 1st Applied Math for Culinary Management Place Name School 2nd Jonathan Oswalt Biloxi HS 1st LJ Sullivan

North Forrest FCCLA 3rd Career Investigation-Junior Place Name School Rachel Harris Caledonia HS 3rd 2nd 1st Career Investigation-Senior

Place Name School 2nd Danalyn Buchanan Tupelo CTC 1st Paris Rosse Puckett HS 3rd Career Investigation-Occupational

Place Name School rd Arie Robinson Jackson Career Dev. Center 2nd LaKesha Love Winston-Louisville CTC FCCLA Amiria Thomas

Columbus Career Center 3 1 st Chapter in Review Display-Senior Place Name School Courtney Perryman Jerrica Firle North Forest FCCLA

3rd 2nd 1 st Chapter In Review Portfolio-Senior Place 3rd Name School Jerry Davidson Brittany Hatcher Maleigha Johnson Philadelphia/Neshoba CTC

2nd 1st Chapter In Review PortfolioOccupational Place Name School Takevia Bobo Mya Morris South Panola Culinary 3rd 2nd 1st

Chapter Service Project DisplayOccupational Place 3 rd 2nd 1st Name School Madelyn Edwards MiKayla Sullivan Winston-Louisville CTC Jaila Johnson Tamique Rogers

Patra Smith Reagan Brashean Laurel Shinn Skylar Thomas South Panola Childcare Newton County CTC Chapter Service Project DisplaySenior Place Name School Maci Griffin Caledonia High School

3rd 2nd 1st Chapter Service Project PortfolioJunior Place Name School Delvin Kelly Kewanna Brown Puckett High School 3rd 2nd 1

st Chapter Service Project PortfolioOccupational Place Name School Jada Myers Skye Nelson Biloxi High School Ramisha Anderson Kirianna McCune Tabitha Patie Winston-Louisville CTC

3rd 2 nd 1st Culinary Arts-Occupational Place Name School 3rd Alex Bradford Donovan Reid Devin Venson Oak Grove

Geneva Clark Kenyetta Ducksworth Grieselda Ojeda Laurel Dianna Bui Emily Nguyen Huyen Nguyen Biloxi 2 nd 1st Entrepreneurship-Occupational Place

Name School 3rd Cassidy Williams Newton County Career Center 2nd Kailyn Alexander Jackson CDC 1st Mia Walls

McKellar ECE Entrepreneurship-Senior Place Name School 3rd Kaine Gingell Cooper Reed Sam Yarborough Caledonia High School 2nd Amaya Ruffin

Leake County High School 1st Dedrishia Laney Yakia McKinnie Jordan Rubbin H W Byers HS Environmental AmbassadorOccupational Place Name School Kinlee Odom

Cecilia Whigham Clarke County CTC 3rd 2nd 1st Fashion Design-Senior Place Name School Emilee Forrester Caledonia High School 3rd 2nd

1st Focus on Children-Occupational Place Name School 3rd Josie Davidson Shelly Luke Philadelphia/Neshoba CTC nd MaKilah Johnson Keyumber Market

South Panola Childcare 1st Cardarius Hodges Okolona Career Center 2 Focus on Children-Senior Place Name School Sarah Hampton

Alexus Harris Okolona Career Center 2nd Jade McGill Carly Smith Poplarville HS 1st Kayle Sudduth Robin Sutton Tupelo HS 3

rd Focus on Children-Junior Place Name School JaKayla Gillard Miracal Taylor Shamareeyen Gates Okolona Career Center 3rd 2nd 1st Food Innovations-Junior

Place Name School Hannah Manning Madison McCullough Clark County CTC 3rd 2nd 1st Hospitality, Tourism and RecreationOccupational Place Name

School Christian Cheskevick Aubrey Goundas Biloxi High School 3rd 2nd 1 st Illustrated Talk-Junior Place Name School rd

Kiara Jones Ashanti Turnage Potts Camp 2nd Reagyn Phillips Zarria Rushing Leake County HS 1st Jacy Waltman Clarke County 3

Illustrated Talk-Occupational Place Name School 3rd Tevin Boyd Zakyria Cage Carl Keen CTC 2 nd 1 st

Miracle Eichelberger Philadelphia/Neshoba Iayanla Hampley CTC Christa Epsey Kaitlyn Smith Elissa Tims Newton County Career Center Illustrated Talk-Senior Place Name School 3rd Jazmine Pickens

Tupelo CTC 2nd Shelbi Box Lizzie Truelock Caledonia HS 1st Savannah Berry Puckett HS Interpersonal Communications-Senior Place Name

School 2nd Wallace Bass Leake County 1st Madison Johnson CHS FCCLA 3rd Job Interview-Occupational Place Name

School Shanya Savage Philadelphia/Neshoba CTC 2nd Kristian Wiggins Jackson CDC 1st Ashton Grice Winston-Louisville CTC 3

rd Job Interview-Senior Place Name School 3rd Alexus Beene Tupelo CTC 2nd Alexis Smith Leake County

1st Jensen Reed Caledonia HS Leadership-Senior Place Name School Wallace Bass Leake County 3rd 2nd 1st

Life Event Planning-Junior Place Name School Erica Goodman Janelle Blalock Newton Career Center 3rd 2nd 1 st Life Event Planning-Occupational Place

Name School 3rd Zaria Nixon Aailiyah Scott Erica Williams Laurel 2nd Hailey Willis Philadelphia/Neshoba CTC 1st

Zoe Morgan Shanavia Evans Jackson CDC Life Event Planning-Senior Place Name School 3rd SheMya Lewis Keyonna Harris Leake County 2

nd Alnayiah Dean Jacey Frierson Melissa Presley Oxford HS 1st Gracie McBrayer Cooper Stanley Caledonia HS National Programs in ActionOccupational Place Name

School Arielle McDaniel Dearalon Wright South Panola 3rd 2nd 1st National Programs in Action-Senior Place Name School Dronte Myers Ladacia Sharp

Bay Springs 3rd 2nd 1 st National Programs in Action-Junior Place Name School Elizabeth Collins Rymington Everett Stringer

3rd 2nd 1 st Nutrition and Wellness-Junior Place Name School Hailey McDonald Leake County 3rd 2nd 1st

Promote and Publicize FCCLA-Senior Place Name School Chris Hunt DKendrick McBeth Leake County 3rd 2nd 1st Recycle and Redesign-Occupational Place Name

School Andrea Hardin Winston-Louisville CTC JNya Jones Newton County Career Center 3rd 2nd 1 st Recycle and Redesign-Senior Place Name

School 3rd Lia Sorvino Vancleave HS 2nd Justin Holbrook Potts Camp 1st Hannah Walker Caledonia HS

Sport Nutrition-Occupational Place Name School Sherese Martin McComb Business & Tech. Center 3rd 2nd 1 st Sport Nutrition-Senior Place

Name School Ryan Stewart Caledonia HS 3rd 2nd 1st Teach and Train-Occupational Place Name School Neccacia Phifer

Biloxi 3rd 2nd 1st Teach and Train-Senior Place Name School Annslie Moore Caledonia HS 3rd 2nd 1st

2017 Mississippi FCCLA State Conference Farewell Speeches 2017 Mississippi FCCLA State Conference 2017-2018 Officer Installation Closing Ceremony FCCLA CREED Everyone: We are the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. We face the future with warm courage and high hope. For we have the clear consciousness of seeking old and precious values. For we are the builders of homes, Homes for America's future. Homes where living will be the expression of everything that is good and fair. Homes where truth and love and security and faith will be realities, not dreams. We are the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America. We face the

future with warm courage and high hope.

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